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Unlock Zim’s untapped wildlife filming potential

It is time for African filmmakers to produce their own wildlife films and market them to the global community.
By Jacob Mutisi Feb. 9, 2024

Inside Hwange’s elephant deaths

According to documents that Truth Diggers obtained from DNPW sources,
By Oscar Nkala Feb. 8, 2024

Hwange game park records decline in poaching

Farawo said the tough anti-poaching measures were proving to be a deterrent.
By Sharon Sibindi Dec. 29, 2023

Hwange National Park gets new tourism complex

Speaking at an event to officially launch the project, the minister said the complex would significantly improve the visitor experience at Zimbabwe’s flagship park. 
By Own Correspondent Oct. 22, 2023

Elephants invade Hwange town

ZimParks spokesperson Tinashe Farawo encouraged communities to be more alert.
By Margaret Lubinda Oct. 9, 2023

Hospitality gem beyond the hills

But the fine hospitality overwhelmed the unpredictable winter weather.
By Shame Makoshori Jul. 14, 2023

New Makona ranger camp zeroes in on poaching

The modernised Makona camp is expected to reduce human- wildlife conflicts and poaching in a place which was once a wildlife poaching hotspot.
By Sindiso Dube May. 14, 2023

Zim forges key conservation partnerships

It was an extraordinary and rare occurrence. Reclusive and largely shy, leopards only exist in fragmented populations, and tend to avoid people.
By Sydney Kawadza Apr. 28, 2023

San community to get game meat: Govt

The San used to reside in the Hwange National Park area in the 1920s surviving on game meat, but were relocated by the colonial government.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 26, 2023